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LUTUM 5, p. 202. Ioh. Sar. Polycrat. 4, 5 (M. 199, 521 C) aurum et argentum vilescerent, quasi lutum; ep. 170 (163 C) nam haec omnia contempsisti ut stercora; cf. Phil. 3, 8: arbitror ut stercora; Petr. Cell. ep. 74 (M. 202, 521 A) emolumenti lucra

pro vilissimo stercore habiturus sum; Gaufrid. ep. 12 (M. 205, 839 B) et dignitates reputentur ut stercora; serm. 11 (639 B) ea quae vos quasi stercus respuistis; cf. Nicol. Clar. ep. 56 (M. 196, 1651 C) porro pecuniam sicut paleam reputas, quae fere indifferenter spargitur et universis.

LUTUM 7, p. 202. Apost. 9, 72 kepaueùs ävOpwnos; see Leutsch's note; see Wyss, p. 102.

LUX 1, p. 203. Plaut. Mil. 1 splendor meo sit clupeo clarior | quam solis radii esse . . . solent; Boeth. consol. phil. 3, 11, v. 8 lucebit ipso perspicacius Phoebo; Cypr. ep. 6, 1, p. 481, 1 (H.) o tenebras lucidiores sole ipso; Hier. ep. 98, 1 splendore suo iubar solis exsuperans; Drepan. Flor. de cereo pasch. 42 nox claro mage clara die (ALL. 6, 452); Iuvenc. 2, 668; Claud. Mam. (M. 53, 702 and 732); Constant. ep. 3 ad Anast. (M. 8, 556 C) quae res ipsa luce lucidior est (αυτού του φωτός εστιν, ώς ειπείν, τηλαυyéotepov); Aldh. de sept. Aenig. 14 (M. 89, 199 A) limpida sum, fateor, Titanis clarior orbe; Hor. c. 3,1, 42 sidere clarior; Hildebert. carm. misc. 1315 (M. 171, 1386 C) clarior astro; Alcuin vit. S. Rich. 3, 181 (M. 101, 691 B) solis luce clariorem. The phrase, luce clarius, which, as Otto's citations show, was very rare in classic literature becomes perfectly formulaic in late and mediaeval Latin; Optat. Mil. 2, 5, p. 42, 6 (Z.) luce sit clarius; Vigil. ep. ad Iust. 303, p. 317, 17 (Günther); Paulin. Aquil. contr. Fel. 1, 2 (M. 99, 352 B); Alcuin vit. S. Rich. 1, 176 (M. 101, 684); Nicol. pap. ep. 9 (M. 119, 782 B); ep. 25 (808 D); Alvar. Cordub. ep. 18 (M. 121, 494 B); Petr. Dam. ep. 1, 8 (M. 144, 213); ep. 6, 5 (381 A); 6, 12 (394 D); 6, 12 (396 A); serm. 32 (677 A); lib. Gom. 3 (M. 145, 163 C), etc.

1 Die Sprüchwörter bei den römischen Komikern, Zürich 1889.

LUX 2. Lucif. Car. de non conviv, cum haer. 1 (M. 13, 781 C) cum tantum intersit

quantum inter lucem atque tenebras ; cf. Ioh. Sar. Polycrat. 3, 12 (M. 199, 500 D) quantum lux distat a tenebris.

LYNCEUS, p. 203. Gaufrid. ep. 40 (M. 205, 873 A) utinam cor meum lynceis, ut aiunt, oculis videretis; Lucian Icarom. 12, Tim. 25; Apost. 10, 79; see Schmidt, p. 49; Wiesenthal, p. 45.

MAECENAS, as a type of literary patron; Iuven. 7, 94 quis tibi Maecenas ? Mart. 8, 56, 5 sint Maecenates, non deerunt, Flacce, Marones; Sid. Apoll. c. 3, 5 at mihi Petrus erit Maecenas temporis huius.

MAECENAS 2, as a type of luxury and effeminacy; Iuven. 12, 39 vestem | purpuream teneris quoque Maecenatibus aptam; Mart. 10, 73, 3 qua ... vellet Apicius uti, | vellet Maecenas; compare Sen. ep. 120, 19 Maecenatem deliciis provocant; Iuven. 1, 66, imitated by Phil. Harv. ep. 13 (M. 203, 98 C), et multum referens de Maecenate supino.

MAGNUS I, p. 204. Orient. common. 1, 607 si parvis cupias componere magna; Ennod. c. 1, 9, 134 nam si fanda ferunt sociant qui maxima parvis; Mart. Dum. de form. hon. vit. 2, 10 (Haase, Sen. III, p. 470) aestimat ex parvulis magna.

MAGNUS 2, p. 205. Ovid trist. 5, 3, 29 illo nec levius cecidi, quem magna locutum reppulit a Thebis Iuppiter; met. 1, 751 quem quondam magna loquentem nec sibi cedentem; met. 13, 222 non erat hoc nimium numquam nisi magna loquenti; Sen. d. 2, 3, I ingentia locuti; ps-Cypr. de bon. pat. 2 (M. 4, 647 C) qui non loquimur magna sed vivimus (= Minuc. Fel. Oct. 38, 6); Prudent. psych. 285 desine grande loqui; Petr. Dam. ep. 6, 23 (M. 144, 407 D) iam armis accinctum, iam magna spirantem; Ioh. Sar. ep. 238 (M. 199, 269 A) loquuntur grandia, minis tument; cf. Pers. I, 14 scribimus ... grande aliquid and Bentley, A. J. P. II, 24; Theokr. 10, 20; see Tribukait p. 17, Crusius, Herond. p. 63; compare our expressions 'talk big,' 'tall talk.'

MAGNUS 3, p. 205. Sidon. Apoll. ep. 7, 9, 19 civi, clerico, peregrino, minimo maximoque.

MALUM 1, p. 207. Arnob. adv. nat. 7, 39 dies adderet malum malo; Eustath. II. 842, 30 Kakovéti kako.'

MALUM 2, p. 207. Plaut. Aulul. 801 ita mihi ad malum malae res plurimae se adglutinant, is perhaps a play on the proverb; Sen. Herc. Fur. 208 finis alterius mali gradus est futuri; Braulio ep. 18 (M. 80, 664 C) ecce alia afflictio saepe super afflictionem venit.

MALUM 5, p. 208. Compare Publil. Syr. 198 (F.) grave est malum omne quod sub aspectu latet; 447 (F.) o pessimum periculum, quod opertum latet; see PRAEMEDITARI.

MALUM 6, p. 208. Anthol. Pal. 11, 286, 3 åvaykaiwv kakav.

MALUM 7, p. 208. Pseud.-Sen. de mer. 139 numquam scelus scelere vincendum est; append. sent. 18 (Ribb.); numquam homini scelere vindicandum ullum scelus; Rath. Ver. praeloq. 4, 124 (M. 136, 270 B) numquam vero scelus scelere vindicandum testatur sapientis proverbium.

MANTICA, p. 209. Pers. 4, 24 is cited by Petr. Bles. ep. 45 (M. 207, 132 B). MANUS I, p. 210.

Hier. adv. Ioh. Hier. 3, 3 (M. 23, 401 C) manibus pedibusque constringitur ne recumbat in convivio; Abbo Floriac. ep. 8 (M. 139, 432 A) aut manibus et pedibus ad malum quasi serpens repit; see Preuss, p. 71. Compare Apost. 12, 63 öla trodi and Leutsch's note, also Otto PES 3, p. 275.

MANUS 2, p. 210. Eustath. II. 773, 64, Kurtz, p. 318; Greg. Cypr. Leid. 2, 95 with Leutsch's note.

MANUS 3, p. 210. See Crusius, Herond., p. 47; compare Otto, DARE 2.

MANUS 4. Sen. ep. 111, 4 quidni contentus sit eo usque crevisse, quo manus Fortuna non porrigit? Hildebert. carm. misc. 1364 (M. 171, 1442 A) longa manus morti; Ioh. Sar. ep. 253 (M. 199, 297 B) non longas, credas, solis regibus esse manus (cf. Ovid her. 16 (17), 166); Petr. Cell. ep. 160 (M. 207, 456 B) quis nescit longas praesulis esse manus ? cf. ep. 102 (320 B) rapio enim, etsi non manu propria, sed aliena, et quasi longa manu.

MANUS 5, p. 210. Compare Varro Prometheus lib., Sat. Menipp. 429 (B.) cum sumere coepisset, voluptas detineret, cum sat haberet, satias manum de mensa tolleret.

1 Kurtz, 1. c., p. 313.

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